Julius Caesar's Obituary

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I chose to do an Obituary because at funerals people have a document that is a record of their life. In Caesar’s obituary I wrote his date of birth, day of death, who killed him, how they killed him, and who he's related to. The information I put in Caesar’s obituary is in a standard obituary. I wrote about how he died because it shows that his death was tragic and painful.

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